Thats the plan at this poGet it painted to the chine and bottom painted up to paint.
I completely respect your thoughts on paint, I agree it's a pain to keep it looking good. However colors have already been chosen. My other half was not to keen on a bare boat and I presented the idea to her many many times. Gotta keep her happy as she spends almost as much time on the water as I do.Think hard on the Pain-t. Think back to.the Bubbles under the Finish. Happens in a couple of seasons from new. A Bare Boat with just her bottom coated/pain-ted is just as good looking.
Hell get a Ford and strip her and get both polished and Sharked. Prettier than College Freshwoman with nice set of T&A!
Bait Tank? Transom kill box and spray bar in it to rinse the blood away? Tuna? Insulated fishbox? Windshield Fluid Wash System? Bow Truster? Aluminum screwdown hatches with O Rings? (Fraser Foundry makes 8" ones)
Nick Rudnick makes some killer knife and tool holders. Miller marine or Nick makes nice cleaning stations.
ELECTRONICS? transducers? AP?
Much more detail!
It will be a great Boat. Congratulations!
Appreciate that.Jay- congratulations on the new boat!! I’ve seen you out in your old boat quite a few times. Excited to see your build, I sold my 26 north river A few months back and getting closer to pulling the trigger on either a 29 or 31 NR walk around.
I know my paint won't last forever but.. my 2014 North River’s paint has no bubbles yet, does have wear from fenders as I leave it moored most of the summer.maybe skip paint and go with a wrap, then you have the color and wont worry about it. I had a weldcraft and painted surfaces were an issue
mine's minty too and looks like when i got it new - but she's a trailer queen that lives in a garage. only moored up a total of a couple weeks a year.I know my paint won't last forever but.. my 2014 North River’s paint has no bubbles yet, does have wear from fenders as I leave it moored most of the summer.
I like the wrap idea